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Dyfri Owen – Director and owner of PPP Physio

dyfriDyfri qualified from the Liverpool John Moores University in 1995 with a Degree in Sports Science. He went on to study Physiotherapy in the University of Wales College of Medicine from where he qualified in 1999. He worked as a rotational physio in Llandough Hospital for 2 years before taking a new job, sharing the jobs of Head of Physiotherapy for Bridgend RFC, then a Professional Rugby Club with a role working for an Orthopaedic knee surgeon (Mr John Fairclough). He subsequently returned to the NHS as a rotational musculoskeletal specialist in the Gwent Trust. In 2006 he became a Spinal Extended Scope Physiotherapy Practioner at Llandough Hospital where he continues to work 2 days a week with the Spinal Orthopaedic Consultants. He set up Penarth Physiotherapy Practice in 2006. PPP Physio expanded to Cardiff at the International Athletics Stadium at Leckwith and also to the West Quay Medical Centre in Barry in 2011. Dyfri has been Head of Physio for Cardiff RFC since 2000 and he has been working for the Football Association of Wales since 2005. During this time he worked for John Toshack, Brian Flynn and Gary Speed. He has also worked for the Cardiff Blues and Wales and Great Britain Student Rugby League. He is extremely proud of the quality of his practices, the staff who work within them and the service that is provided at PPP Physio.

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Testimonials

“I’ve been to PPP on a number of occasions. It’s a really nice practice and they provide even better treatment. Read More…

“My name is Richard Thomas and I am now 60 years of age and going strong thanks to Dyfri Owen. He’s fixed my elbow, back, heel, shoulder, knee and most of my body parts. Read More…

“I have worked with Dyfri and the team at Penarth Physiotherapy now for some years . I have always found the team to be approachable and in my experience they  provide an excellent clinical service. Read More…

“I’ve known Dyfri in both a work and social capacity for many years, predominantly throughout his time at Cardiff RFC when I was playing there.  Read More…